To be honest, I’m not a person who listens to music when I’m out or on the move, but even so, when a concert is approaching, I want to listen to our recordings and sound sources, or rather, I need to listen to them and reflect on various things.
So, having not had a proper pair of headphones for a while, I decided to splurge and bought these noise-cancelling headphones.
The price is high, but the noise cancelling function is still pretty amazing. When I walk around in Shibuya with them on, the noise around me really disappears.
It comes with a fine case like this one.
Actually, for a long time I used Bose’s Bose® IE2 audio headphones, which are in-ear earbuds, but I lost the rubber part that’s there to make them fit my ears and left them for a while.
Just this rubber part is usually sold, isn’t it? I thought so, but I didn’t think it was sold at electronics stores. I noticed this after I bought the QuietComfort® 3….
I immediately compared the sound quality of these in-ear and noise cancelling headphones.
After all, I can concentrate on music without the noise canceling function, I hear a clearer sound, I thought that this was certainly different, but I felt that the basic tone was not so different.